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For other people named George Davies, see George Davies (disambiguation). George Davies Personal information Date of birth March 1, 1927 (1927-03-01) (age 84) Place of birth Rednal, England Playing position Wing half Club information Current club Retired Youth career Llanymynech Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1946–1950 Oswestry Town 1950–1956 Sheffield Wednesday 98 (1) 1956–1957 Chester 35 (4) 1957–1958 Telford United * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals). George Davies (born March 1, 1927, Rednal) is a former English professional footballer who played as a wing half. He played in The Football League for Sheffield Wednesday and Chester in the 1950s. Contents 1 Playing career 2 External links 3 Honours 4 Bibliography 5 References Playing career Davies played for village side Llanymynech before spending four years with Oswestry Town.[1] In June 1950 he moved to Sheffield Wednesday for £250,[1] with his six years at Hillsborough including an appearance in the FA Cup semi–finals against Preston North End in 1953–54 at Maine Road.[1] After nearly 100 league appearances for Wednesday, Davies moved to Third Division North side Chester ahead of 1956–57, in a summer in which new manager John Harris also recruited Billy Foulkes, Ron Hansell and John Mulholland as a wave of enthusiasm gripped the club.[2] Davies went on to score in a shock Welsh Cup victory over First Division side Cardiff City later in the campaign[3] and also scored four league goals.[4] But he managed just two league appearances early the following season[4] and joined Wellington United, where he spent one season. After leaving football, Davies went on to work as a window cleaner in Chester.[1] Although he had a reputation as tough tackling player, Davies was never booked or sent off throughout his career.[1] External links Career Stats Honours Sheffield Wednesday Football League Second Division champions: 1951–52 (19 apps) Bibliography Sumner, Chas (1997). On the Borderline: The Official History of Chester City F.C. 1885-1997. Yore Publications. ISBN 1-874427-52-6.  References ^ a b c d e 'Player Memories', Chester City v. Hull City programme, 7/3/1995, p.15 ^ Sumner (1997), p 68-69 ^ Sumner (1997), p 69 ^ a b Sumner (1997), stats section Persondata Name Davies, George Alternative names Short description Date of birth March 1, 1927 Place of birth Rednal, England Date of death Place of death